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Manufacturing and Engineering

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  • ENFOQUE-Industria automotriz venezolana, averiada a la orilla del camino

    VALENCIA Venezuela (Reuters) - A pesar de que es hora punta, en la ensambladora de Jeep en Venezuela no se mueve ni una tuerca. La enorme fábrica en un parque industrial de Valencia, una ciudad a 172 kilómetros al oeste de Caracas, produjo su último...
  • September birthday? Here's a gift for car owners

    If your birthday falls in the first week of September, happy birthday, and don't renew your car's registration yet. A new law that goes into effect Sept. 1 will reduce rates on renewals, but there's a catch — if you renew before Sept. 1 —...
  • New Apprentice football coach assembles staff rich in local connections

    New Apprentice football coach assembles staff rich in local connections
    Among Paul White's goals as he enters his first season leading the Apprentice School's football program is to better mine Hampton Roads' abundant talent supply. Toward that end, he has assembled an impressive staff rich in local ties. White is plenty...
  • Huntington Ingalls reports strong 2nd quarter profit

    Huntington Ingalls reports strong 2nd quarter profit
    The overall military drawdown has thrown a scare into some areas of the Hampton Roads economy, but a Thursday report from shipbuilding giant Huntington Ingalls Industries indicated smooth sailing for now. Second-quarter earnings rose 75 percent compared...
  • Road Glide fans glad Harley bike is back

    Jay Johnson has been on many journeys with his Harley-Davidson Road Glide, including a 600-mile round trip to Marquette, Mich., for a Big Boy hamburger that he couldn't find any closer to home. On another road trip, in the South, Johnson and his bike...
  • Auto business prepares for the first big wave of Gen Y buyers

    A dozen iPads will dot the showroom at the new Mercedes-Benz of Arlington, Texas, providing customers links to the all-important digital universe. Salespeople there will need to be literate in Facebook and Twitter, the main way many Gen Yers communicate....
  • Under the Hood: The Atkinson cycle and nitrogen-filled tires

    Q: I am a casual follower of the automobile industry. I am curious about the Atkinson cycle and variable valve timing as they relate to efficiency (increased mpg) improvements. The Prius appears to be the only mass production car that uses the Atkinson...
  • Auto review: 2015 Tundra proves Toyota is getting serious about trucks

    Not a single electric spark fell from the overtly orange Toyota Tundra shading most of my driveway. Hallelujah. This was absolutely not another halo-hybrid from some automaker determined to save us from ourselves, I smartly concluded. And boy, was I...
  • Auto review: 2014 Mercedes-Benz S550 4Matic wants to drive you into the future

    BMW may be the ultimate driving machine, but Mercedes-Benz is working on the ultimate driverless machine. The three-star 2014 Mercedes-Benz S550 4Matic comes closer to autonomous driving than any other vehicle you can buy, thanks to a suite of sensors...
  • Mark Phelan: It's too late to make play for Chrysler

    Suddenly it seems like everybody wants Chrysler. It's too late, though. Only Fiat had the guts and vision to rescue the smallest of the Detroit 3 from the Great Recession. If there were any lingering doubts about how far Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has...
  • Cyber-Security Experts Name 'Most-Hackable' Cars

     
    We'll get right to the point, as time is of the essence in this fast-paced new world of connected cars and cybersecurity anxiety: You may be driving one of the "Most Hackable" cars as designated by researchers. On Wednesday, Twitter......